Growing your own food is more popular than ever. But what do you do if you find yourself with a glut of beans, peas or carrots? How can you make the most of your garden produce and cut down on those trips to the supermarket? This book provides everything you need to make your home-grown produce last, covering fruit, vegetables, herbs and even eggs. Storing and Preserving Garden Produce For Dummies: Covers the main methods of storing and preserving, such as clamping, cool storage, freezing, drying, salting, pickling, fermenting and preserving with sugar Includes information on a huge range of produce - almost everything you could ever want to grow in your back garden Explains what methods of storing and preserving are most suitable for each item of produce Also contains a wealth of recipes to help you on your way to making the perfect jams, chutneys and pickles... look at cider-making in Chapter 10, so if youa#39;re inundated with apples and pears pop there now. ... As well as the other great wine recipes in this book, herea#39;s a fantastic one for potato wine. ... humble potato into something from another sphere a although Irish in origin, dona#39;t mistake it for the famous illegal drink a#39;poteena#39;.
|Title||:||Storing and Preserving Garden Produce For Dummies|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2012-01-19|